COLBY LIKE CHEESE _ _ KELLER LIKE HELEN
InWOOD is a truly a beautiful place
ha. that made me giggle too.
At first, I thought the photo might be a doctored one, but I looked it up on Google Maps and the intersection actually does exist in NYC. As Colby mentions, it is in upper Manhattan above Harlem and there is a Dyckman stop on the subway in the area, too. The streets were named after local landowners, and the intersection in of the two is a frequently-photographed spectacle. I guess that trumps the "Cockeysville" exit I see off Hwy 83 here in Baltimore.
It totally blanked on me that the neighborhood is known as "Inwood".Ha, I'm funnier than I thought!